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    The Minister of Oil sets the date for the start of pumping crude oil to the Karbala refinery

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    The Minister of Oil sets the date for the start of pumping crude oil to the Karbala refinery Empty The Minister of Oil sets the date for the start of pumping crude oil to the Karbala refinery

    Post by Rocky Mon 18 Jul 2022, 9:56 am

    The Minister of Oil sets the date for the start of pumping crude oil to the Karbala refinery

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Today, Monday, Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar set the date for the start of pumping crude oil to the Karbala refinery, noting that the refinery will reduce the import of oil derivatives by 60 percent.
    Abdul-Jabbar said in a statement, "The ministry and the government are keen to increase the national production of petroleum products and stop their import," noting "the importance of achieving this goal by starting production from the Karbala refinery before the end of this year, in addition to the completion of the ( FCC ) project in refineries. The South, and a group of projects to rehabilitate the Al-Samoud refinery in Baiji during the next few years.”
    The minister added, during his visit to the Karbala oil refinery project, that "the refinery will cover the actual need for local consumption, in addition to reducing the import of oil derivatives by 60 percent." Great because of the import of fuel.
    He added, "The Karbala refinery project is the latest project in the refinery sector in Iraq with a capacity of 140,000 barrels per day, which includes modern and integrated refining systems and its production enjoys international specifications, so we are keen to speed up production operations from Karbala refinery despite the economic conditions and health challenges."
    He pointed out that "the refinery is an important step to meet the local need for consumption, followed by other steps when rehabilitating the Al-Samoud refinery in Baiji and the FCC project in the South Refineries Company in Basra, and the sum of these projects will lead to achieving self-sufficiency in the production of oil derivatives."
    The Minister of Oil explained that "next October will witness the start of pumping crude oil to the refinery, expressing his hope that the total operation of the refinery will begin gradually."
    The statement continued, "The minister held a meeting with the companies executing the project, during which he was accompanied by the Undersecretary for Liquidation Affairs Hamid Yunis, confirming the provision of all kinds of support to expedite the completion and operating procedures for the refinery."
    For his part, the Undersecretary for Liquidation Affairs Hamid Younis said that "the refinery was established according to the latest specifications and advanced technology to produce high-quality oil derivatives, and the visit comes within the field visits to follow up on the completion rates in the project."
    He pointed out that "the first phase of operating the refinery will be before the end of this year, and the second phase will be at the beginning of next year to produce light products, which will have a positive impact to meet the needs of local consumption."
    The General Manager of Al-Wasat Refineries Company, Ayed Jaber Omran, said that "the company has prepared the technical and engineering staff and included them in training courses to operate the refinery."
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